Strong partnership.  Designed for security upfront.  Proven third party platforms incorporated into a full suite of services.

Strong partnership.  Design for security upfront.  Proven third party platforms incorporated into a full suite of services.

With experienced and knowledgeable technologists who understand the security issues and how business and technology are woven together, we’ve designed our services and solutions with safeguarding your business in mind.

Complete Security Operations Center Services

Our DAS implementation offers our clients advanced operations without the need for in-house security expertise. Our service analyzes quarantined applications and files, reducing false positives and ensuring comprehensive protection. We take care of the challenges of cyber security while you focus on your business.

Response and Remediation

When malicious behavior is detected, we will quickly rollback files to previous safe versions through tracking changes in your devices and restoring them to an acceptable risk state. Fast response, quick recovery of business operations.

Advanced Threat Detection

Our solution rapidly recognizes thousands of viruses and malware attack variants, including crypto mining attacks, as well as the root causes of these malicious behaviors, by quickly identifying and diagnosing corrupt source processes and system settings.

Next-Generation Endpoint Security

We provide always evolving malware detection and remediation technology as the threats evolve by incorporating innovative prevention techniques, providing visibility into the root causes and origins of the threat landscape, reversing the malicious operations and remediating them at an agile speed as needed.

Why is Cyber Security Important?

Stronger cybersecurity has become a global priority over the last few years as hackers penetrate the IT infrastructure of government and enterprises with increasing frequency and sophistication. In the 4 years since ransomware hit 4,000 global attacks per day, protecting business data and processes from the insidious nature of the crime has been a paramount priority for all businesses no matter their size or mission.

The annual cost of global cybercrime damages are estimated to cost $6 trillion by 2021. The threat landscape is growing explosively and you don’t want to become a statistic.

With cybercrime becoming an increasingly serious threat, it’s not a question of if your business needs enhanced security; it’s a question of what level of security is sufficient.

Danger Comes from Many Directions

Malware (“malicious software”) is an all-encompassing term that includes viruses, ransomware, worms, spyware, adware, and generally any software that is used to obtain sensitive information without a user’s consent. Malware disrupts computer systems in a variety of ways, such as by restricting access, encrypting files, corrupting data, stealing personal information, or slowing the system down.

Malware can enter a system through downloads, email attachments, advertisements, or any type of hole in the security of the system. After an infection occurs, a system shows signs of the attack and is recovered in different ways, depending on the type of infection. For example, ransomware will display a message demanding a sum of money, and spyware will live in your files, possibly without ever being noticed.

Types of Malware You Need to Know About

  • Adware – Displays advertisements on your computer and collects data about your browsing habits without your consent.
  • Keylogger – Tracks the keystrokes on a computer and transmits the data to another location.
  • Ransomware – Software that locks a computer and retains control until the user pay a certain amount of money.
  • Rootkit – A type of software designed to open a backdoor into areas of the operating system that are not supposed to be available and to mask its presence while doing so.
  • Spyware – Software designed to steal user data—such as website logins and passwords or proprietary information and trade secrets.
  • Trojan – Malicious software that seems legitimate but contains other software that attacks the system in some way after tricking a user into activating it.
  • Virus – A type of malware that attaches itself to an application and then spreads to other programs and computers on the same network through an infected host file.
  • Worm – Software that infects a computer and then replicates itself from system to system on its own without the help of a host file.

What Can You do to Protect Your Business?

  • Knowing what you’re up against is half the battle.
  • You must learn about current and future cyber threats and what services and technology can be put in place to protect your organization.
  • Sharing that information with your employees through policies and training so they understand why cyber security is important and how they can
  • ontribute to keeping the company safe is a critical component to your overall security planning efforts.
  • We partner with you to understand and identify your business needs and examine the state of your technology and its security requirements through our planning and assessment methodologies:
  • Technology Planning
  • Infrastructure Assessments
  • Security Assessments

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